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Thesaurus / disburden

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And here I am come to a streamhead, copious enough to disburden itself, like Nilus, at seven mouths into an ocean.
The Bucentaur did not return directly to the quay, to disburden itself of its grave and dignified load.
THE BRAVOJ. FENIMORE COOPER
When we have new perception, we shall gladly disburden the memory of its hoarded treasures as old rubbish.
ESSAYS, FIRST SERIESRALPH WALDO EMERSON
But the need she felt to disburden her mind to Tito urged her to repress the rising anguish.
ROMOLAGEORGE ELIOT
But it is improper to disburden imagination on such a subject in this place.
As Basil saith, a drunkard is like a ship in a tempest, when all the goods are cast overboard to disburden it lest it sink.
But there was a dogged constancy of feeling about Maurice which could not allow him to disburden himself of his love.
And Prosper, after a further period of hesitation, finally mustered up courage to disburden himself of what he wished to say.
THE DOWNFALLEMILE ZOLA
To “turn the word over” in my mind will help to disburden its treasure.
But what is thy will, friend, that thou seemest in waiting for me, to disburden thyself of something?
MERCEDES OF CASTILEJ. FENIMORE COOPER

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